By Scarlett Dixon 

Whether they’re funny additions to the main pile of presents, or delicious treats to fill up the festive stocking, we’ve collated several of the best.

Tipsy Wine Glasses: these novelty glasses are sure to bring a smile to even the grumpiest Christmas Grinch, with wonky stems and a tipsy stance – even at the start of the night. £12.95 for two,

Give it a shot, Jagermeister: best served cold, this Jagermeister gift-set features two frosted shot glasses and two mini bottles. £5 from

Terry’s Chocolate Orange: would any stocking be complete without one of Terry’s famous chocolate oranges? I think not. Stocked in several flavours including toffee crunch, milk chocolate, white chocolate and popping candy, these are an essential for any festive occasion. £2 + from all good supermarkets.

Retroscents: if the smell of Refreshers, Rainbow Drops or Strawberry Sherbet is sure to go down well with the stocking recipient, you really can’t go wrong with these pocket money pinchers. Based on the authentic scents of the sweets we all grew up loving, these not leave your car smelling good enough to eat, but look really great too! £2 each at

Leef Bridge: if you’re buying for a technical whizz, this stocking filler is one thing they’re sure not to have yet – as it’s a recently launched item set to take the UK by storm. As the first USB flash drive for moving files from smartphones to laptops, this is the handiest of devices for those in university, at work or on the go. £21.99 from

Macaron Bath Fizzers: If you know a fan of macaroons, then this sweet treat is guaranteed to be a perfect stocking filler. Non edible, but just as deliciously scented – you simply pop these into your bath for a pastel fizz. £9.95 from

Seed and Bean bar: If you’re looking for chocolate with a unique twist, Seed and Bean are your go-to brand. With flavours such as coconut and raspberry, tangerine and lemon poppy seed, these add something a little special to your average bar. Organic, natural, fairtrade and with vegan selections, there really is something to suit everyone here. £2.95 per bar from

Album Cards: If you’d like to give someone the gift of music this Christmas, but feel that an iTunes giftcard is a little impersonal, then why not opt to purchase an Album Card? Pick their favourite singer, their latest album and purchase, before giving them the card on Christmas day. They can create a free account, use their code and download, anytime, anywhere. Assorted prices at

Creightons: For beauty based stocking fillers, Creightons (at Poundland) offer a really fantastic range of body, hair-care and skincare items – that despite their value for money price tag – are surprisingly high quality. Beautifully packaged to look far more expensive than their pocket money price, it’s worth stocking up on a few to slip into stockings for a last minute gift! £1 each from Poundland.

Drop Dead Gorgeous: Beauty filled stockings just wouldn’t be complete without a palette from the Drop Dead Gorgeous range. With an assortment of luxurious shades, ideal for creating a number of evening smoky eye looks – these are sure to be winning combination. £7+ from

Green & Black’s: A favourite among many, Green & Black have brought out a classic collection in time for the festive season, filled with 12 miniatures of their best selling dark and milk chocolate bars. Featuring almond, butterscotch and ginger editions, this is sure to go down a treat. £5.49 from

MIMI Sweet Cheeks: As a beauty product range which enables the user to get creative, this is a stocking filler that is sure to keep the receiver occupied and entertained for hours. With everything you need to create an exfoliating body rub, this is 100% natural skincare, in a kit. £25 from

Jules Finest: If you think you’ve seen the best of Belgian delights (ie: in their chocolates), think again – because there’s a new sweet treat hitting the market in time for Christmas that is an ideal gift and an even better treat. Featuring Almond Thins, Butter Crisps, Butter Waffles, Chocolate Virtuoso and Almond Florentines dipped in white, milk and dark chocolate, among many others – this is a sure fire way to win over any Christmas. £9.95 from Amazon and Tesco.

Chococo: Handmade in Dorset, this selection of chocolates and truffles make fantastic gifts, with their beautiful packaging and incredible tastes. Sweet, but not the sickly kind – these make the perfect universal gift for all ages. From £2,

Hot Water Bottle: The best thing about the Winter months – aside from Christmas – is being able to get cosy and snuggling up in front of the fire. Damart offer an extensive range of cosy gifts, including our personal favourite - a fairisle style hot water bottle and cover. £12 from

iPhone speaker: If you know someone whose likely to benefit from playing music – on the move, this is the gift for them. With lightening connection for iPad’s and iPhone’s – no need for fussing around with cables, this offers a premium stereo microphone, without all the hardware. £59 from Amazon.

Lynx Gift Pack: Renowned for their recognisable scent and products, Lynx is a definite go-to brand for anything boy related – and when it comes to gifts, they don’t disappoint. A duo pack, in a number of different favourite scents (Africa, Attract and Peace) is available, boxed up and ready to wrap for £6.50, while an additional washbag, hair gel and shower gel set is available for £12.50. From £6.50 from Boots and other high street retailers.

bareMinerals: If you’re looking for a beauty stocking filler, you can’t opt for much better than this. With six marvellously pigmented shades, this gift set can either be given to one lucky recipient or split up between stockings. Shades include Big Tease, Lucky Lady, Sweet Kisser, Major Flirt, Thrill Seeker and Jezebel. £25 from